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--- Reflections -- The Finalists --
« on: October 02, 2006, 01:44:55 AM »
Wow, choosing a short list of finalists for this challenge has been hard work!

A stunning range of photos, and a broad range of ideas - how do you choose? The following is my selection of the five six that appealed to me most. I've constrained them to 500 pixels on the long side in this thread, to give them equal share.

There were a lot of really good shots that didn't make the list, so don't be discouraged if your's didn't get into the final pool this time around.


Now it's your turn:

Vote by sending me a personal message (use this link).

In your message, indicate your top three choices. I'll award each photo 3 points for a 1st choice vote, 2 points for a second choice vote, and 1 point for a third choice vote.

Voting closes Saturday, October 7, at midnight Melbourne time (your time translated here)

Thanks!



Clive's Fall Colours:



Gazraa's inevitable lake shot:


Keith_h's Scarborough boat harbour:



fnugry's Strange african tree:



Maxx-7D's a100 test shot:



ukshot's sunnies:



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Re: --- Reflections -- The Finalists --
« Reply #1 on: October 07, 2006, 12:38:03 AM »
Just a reminder that voting closes midnight tonight (my time).

If you haven't voted yet, vote now! It's a very tight ballot, so your vote could make all the difference!

If you have already voted, thanks :)



PS: I'm told that some for people the reduced size versions of the finalists, as shown above, appear pixelated, or 'blocky'. My apologies for that (I didn't realise it until a couple of voters mentioned it -- they look fine on my screen). Won't happen again.